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Dubai Metro is a driverless modern fully automated rail system with red and green lines. Each line passes through a number of stations that are designed by architects and artists. The stations have a variety of features for customers including retail outlets, Wi-Fi internet, ATM machines and other services for People of Determination. All services are linked to a wide network of other means of transport such as buses, taxis, and water buses. The Red Line runs from Rashidiya station to UAE Exchange station. The line consists of 29 stations and provides free multi-storey vehicle parking for public transport users at the Rashidiya station, Nahkeel Harbour and Tower station. The Green Line consists of 18 stations and runs from the Etisalat station which provides multi-storey vehicle parking and passes through the Dubai Healthcare City and Jaddaf area. The line ends in Dubai Old Souk located in Al Khor region. Passengers can transfer between the 2 lines either at the Union station or at the BurJuman station.
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5 years except for red cards (90 days or 10 trips).
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